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Nina Yankowitz

 (born 1946)
Nina Yankowitz is active/lives in New York.  Nina Yankowitz is known for installations, permanent public art projects.

Nina Yankowitz

Biography from the Archives of askART

An installation artist and creator of  permanent Public Art Projects, the latter in collaboration with Barry Holden, Yankowitz attended the School of Visual Arts, New York City (M.F.A. C.A.A); Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and The New School, NYC

Museum Installations:

2009 The Third Woman interactive film collaboration, Kunsthalle Vienna
2009 Thessaloniki Mus. Of Art Biennale Greece       
2009 Katowice Academy of Art Museum, Poland      
2005 Guild Hall Art Museum, East Hampton, NY       
1990 Katonah Museum of Art, The Technological Muse    
1996 The Bass Museum, Miami, Florida
1996 The Bass Museum, Miami, Florida
1987 Snug Harbor Museum, Staten Island, N.Y       
1985 Berkshire Museum, Pittsfield, MA                   
1981 Maryland Museum of Fine Arts, Baltimore, MD
1973 Whitney Museum of American Art, NY, Biennia
1973 Brockton Museum, Boston, MA
1972 Larry Aldrich Museum, Ridgefield, Conn. Works on paper
1972 Kunsthaus, Hamburg, Germany, American Women Artists
1972 The Newark Museum, Newark, New Jersey
1972 Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art
1972 The Art Institute of Chicago, "American Artists Today"
1972 Suffolk Museum, Stonybrook, NY
1971 Akron Museum of Art, Akron, OH
1970 Museum of Modern Art, NY
1970 Larry Aldrich Museum, Ridgefield, Conn. "Highlights"
1970 Trinity College Museum, Hartford, Conn.
Projections, CD Yankowitz & Holden, Dia Center for Book Arts, NYC
TheThird Woman Video Tease, Karlsplatz Ubahn, project space Vienna
Voices of The Eye & Scenario Sounds, distributed by Printed Matter N.Y.
Collaborative Global New Media Team/Public Art Installation Projects, 2008-2009

One Person Exhibitions:

2005 Kiosk.Edu. Guild Hall Museum, The Garden, E. Hampton, New York
1998 Art In General, NYC. "Scale Changes"
1997 TZ Art and Co., NYC
1996 Les Yeux Du Monde, Charlottesville, VA
1996 ZDF German Television, NYC
1988 Art et Industrie Gallery, NYC
1984 Germans Van Eck Gallery, NYC
1982 P.S.1, Queens, NY
1981 Steffanotti Gallery, NYC
1981 Leah Levy Gallery, San Francisco, CA
1979 Steffanotti Gallery, NYC
1979 Kathryn Markel Gallery, NYC
1978 Deson-Zake Gallery, Chicago, IL
1977 Wright State University Gallery, Dayton, OH
1976 Rosa Esman Gallery, NYC
1971 Kornblee Gallery, NYC
1970 Kornblee Gallery, NYC
1969 Kornblee Gallery, NYC

Selected Group Exhibitions:

2008 Buried Treasures/Secrets/Indep.Visions S.Kraskin Mishkin gal. NYC
2008 Sackler Center Archive, Brooklyn Museum Brklyn. NY
2007 St.Johns Univ. Inside/Out, Rutgers Project, N.Y
2006 Saatchi and Saatchi, New York City
2005 Chicago Art Fair, Kiosk.Edu. Public Art
2005 Bologna Art Fair, Flash Art Show, Bologna Italy
2004 Outside/In curator Joyce Kozloff, Wooster Arts Space, New York City
2003 Going Public American Institute Of Architecture, New York Cit, AIA
2003 Women artists 1970's, National Arts Club exhibit/awards dinner, New York
2002 Unforgettable 9/11 proposals, curator Judy Collischan, New York Berlin
2002 Lombard Freid Gallery, curator Lea Freid, New York City
2002 "Reactions 911" EXIT ART, New York City
2000 "The World Festival of Art on Paper", Kranj Slovinia
2000 Anywhere But Here", Artists Space, curator, Jenelle Porter, NYC
2001 Cow Parade", Central Park, NYC
2000 The Contemporary Museum, "Snapshot", curator Gary Sangster, Baltimore
2000 Sharjah Arts Museum, United Arab Emirates
1999 "Size Matters", Gale Gates et al., NYC
1998,99 Guild Hall, Easthampton, NY
1998 Parrish Art Museum, Centennial Exhibition, Southampton, NY
1998 Art in General, "Scale, Relatively Speaking", NYC
1998 Doris Freedman Gallery, "Surroundings", cur. Chris Youngs, Reading, PA
1998 "Footfalls", boat constructed of sand installation, Greenpoint, L.I.
Curator of "Bare Bones" exhibition, TZ Art and Co., NYC
1996 Rene Fatioui Gallery, "Boxes", NYC
1996 Joyce Goldstein Gallery, "Sub Rosa", NYC
1993-6 "Monumental Propaganda",with Kolmar and Melamid World Financial Center, NYC, Smithsonian Institution, Wash.
DC, Dunlap Art Gallery, Regina,Canada, Bass Museum of Art, Miami, FL, Muckenthaler Art Center, Fullerton,CA, ICA
Gallery, Moscow, Russia, Helsinki City Art Museum,Helsinki, Finland, Central House of Artists, Moscow,Russia, Ali Gal.
Tallinn, Estonia, Moderna Galerija, Slovenia, Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art and Design, Kansas City, MO,
Uppsala Kunstmuseum, Uppsala, Sweden, Kennisaw State University, Kennisaw, GA
1995 "Chairmania", Cooper-Hewitt Museum, NYC, The Chicago Atheneum, Chicago, IL, MOCA, Los Angeles, CA,
The National Building Museum, Wash. DC, F.I.T. Gallery, NYC
1995 University of Virginia Gallery, Charlottesville, VA
1995 "Universe of Meaning", Brattleboro Museum, VT, cur. Judith Stein PhD
1994 Ronald Feldman Gallery, "Ciphers of Identity", curated by Maurice Berger, NYC
1994 Rene Fatioui Gallery, Easthampton, NY
1994 Takanome Museum, Japan
1994 Paine Weber Gallery, Princeton, NJ
1993 TZ Art, NYC
1993 "Ciphers of Identity", U of Maryland Gallery, cur.Maurice Berger Baltimore, Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, NYC, USF
Contemporary Arts Museum, Tampa, FL, U of California Fine Arts Gallery, Irvine, CA, Contemporary Arts Center New Orleans LA, Woodruff Art Center, Atlanta College of Art, Atlanta GA, Kemper Museum of Contemp Art Kansas, MO.
1992-8 Artists Space, "Putt Modernism", NYC/South Seaport, NYC/SECA, Winston Salem, NC,/Cleveland Inst. of Contemporary Art/Allentown Art Museum/Albright-Knox Buffalo, NY, Bass Museum of Art, Tampa FL
1992 Philadelphia Sculpture Conference, Gershoman Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
1992 Fayerweather Gallery, Charlottesville, VA
1989 Gallery of Functional Art, Santa Monica, Ca.
1989 The Gallery, Artists in "Slaves of New York" Film, NYC
1988 Art et Industrie, NYC
1988 Private Works for Public Spaces, curators Nina Yankowitz/Jenny Dixon R.C. Erpf Galley, NYC
1987 112 Greene ST. Gallery, NYC
1986 Art et Industrie, NYC
1985 Nexus Gallery, cur. Peter Frank, Philadelphia, PA
1984 Germans Van Eck Gallery, NYC
1983 Ornamentalism curator Robert Jensen, Austin TX
1983 Jamaica Arts Center, NYC
1983 Dept. of Cultural Affairs, cur. Henry Geldzhaler, Spare Parts
1982 Cooper Union, "Window, Room Furniture", NYC, Tokyo, Japan, Axis Gallery, Osaka, Japan
1981 Rutgers, Robeson Gallery, NJ
1980 Weatherspoon Gallery, Greensboro, NC
1979 University of Massachusetts, MA
1979 Elmira College, MA
1978 Art Fair, Bologna, Italy
1977 Pat Hamilton Gallery, NYC, "Drawing Today in New York"
1976 Womencenter, Boulder CO, "Thinking Drawings"
1976 University of Colorado, Boulder CO, "Thinking Drawings"
1975 Rosa Esman Gallery, NYC, Modern Masters
1975 Michael Walls Gallery, NYC, "15 Contemporary Artists"
1974 Fischback Gallery, Philadelphia, PA, "Fischback Women Artists", also "Opening Exhibit"
1973 StormKing Art Center, StormKing,NY, Contemporary Painting and Sculpture"
1973 New York Cultural Center, NYC, "W.C.W.", and "Soft as Art"
1972 Greenwich Art Center, Greenwich, CT
1972 Bard College, Croton-on-Hudson, NY, "Paintings on Paper"
1972 Hans Neundorf Gallery, Cologne, Germany, "Drawings"
1971 Kornblee Gallery, NYC, "Summer Group"
1971 Janie C. Lee Gallery, Austin, Texas
1970 Everyman Gallery, NYC, "Paperworks"
1970 Emily Lowe Gallery, Hofstra University, NY, "Hanging and Leaning" curator Robert Littman
1969 Kornblee Gallery, NYC


Visiting Artist, American Academy in Rome, 2001
Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant, NYC 1997-8
National Endowment For the Arts, Art in Public Places 1981
National Endowment for the Arts,Individual artist grant1979
C.A.P.S. Grant, New York State Council on the Arts 1976
MacDowell Colony, NH, "Artists in Residence" 1972
Fine Arts Center in Provincetown, Provincetown, Mass 1977
The City Center of New York,"5 Pieces for the Stage"1969
New York City Parks Dept., Central Park Sculpture 1969

Public Projects:

The Third Woman, Vienna Underground Kunstplatz, Vienna
Tile project Kanoria Centre for Arts, Ahmedabad, India 2008
2006 Lower Manhattan Cultural Council gallery, Women Artists Overview
Chiang Hai International, Beijing; 2008
East Cleveland Euclid Corridor Project, Interactive Poetry Walk ©2005-06
Idanha Canopy Facade Project, Boise, Idaho,2002
Bergen County Light Rail Project, NJ 1999
Aruba Project, 3 "Boat Smears", 1998
Jersey Light Rail Projects, Jersey City, NJ 1997
American Myths, Albright Campus Center, stone facade
2 rooftop gardens, Queens, NY,3000 & 2500 sq.ft. 1997
gates, mosaic seating, 4 bronze interactive sculpt.
Vanishing Point Plane though building, Doris Freedman
Center for Art, Albright College, Reading PA 1997
51 ST.& Lex. Ave. 115 ft. mosaic mural, NYC, 1988
Mr.&Mrs. Sydney Lewis, Mosaic 12' wall, VA 1986
Bench Buildings, public seating, Santa Monica, CA
Dept. of Transportation, Freehold, NJ, 1000 sq.ft.
floor with wall frieze
Jersey City, NJ, 12 ft. Ceramic Relief Wall
Newark, NJ, 12 ft. Ceramic Wall, 1980
Washington State, Port Orchard, 1985

Commissioned Proposals:

Penn Station-Newark, NJ
Trenton NJ Statehouse - Trenton, NJ
Connecticut Council on the Arts Waterbury, Middletown, CT
New Haven % for Art- New Haven, CT
University of Florida- Gainesville, FL
New Jersey % for Art, Paramus, NJ, Livingston, NJ
Port Authority of New York, New Jersey
New York PATH Train, Vent Building, Jersey City
N.Y. Dept. of Cultural Affairs, NYC
San Francisco Ca. Embarcadaro Project
Subway Line- Cambridge, MA
Denver Public Seating- Denver, Co

Curatorial Projects:

2005 Chicago Art Fair, curator, Public Art Section
1996 Curator: Bare Bones Painters/Sculptors/Architects from1960's-1996
Artists: Aycock, Baer, Goodell, Gorchov, Kennedy, Leopold, Lewitt, Paine, Portc, Marcaccio, Moffett, Rockburne, Stackhouse, Scully, Stella, Westfall, Yoder.
Architects:Archigram, Hadid, Kennedy&Violich, Ohlhausen & Prentice & Chan/Davis & Brody, Park, Piano, Rashid & Cotoure, Gallery Frederieka Taylor & TZ Art & Co., New York City
1997 Co-Chair, Lone Rangers College Art Association Conference, New York City
1988 Private Works for Public Spaces, Yankowitz & Jenny Dixon, R.C.Erpf Gallery/NY
1997 Co-Chair, Lone Rangers College Art Association Conference, New York City
1988 Private Works for Public Spaces, Yankowitz & Jenny Dixon, R.C.Erpf Gallery/NY

Selected Public and Private Collections:

New York: and online archives, New Museum, NYC
Allen and Ellen Wexler Sidney and Francis Lewis, Richmond,VA
Paul Friedberg and Dorit Shahar Best Products, VA
Guild Hall, East Hampton, NY Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Graydon, NJ
Museum of Modern Art, New York N.Y. Cummington Community for the Arts, MA
(Artist Books/Franklin Furnace Coll.) Prudential Insurance Co., NJ
ZDF German Television Mr. and Mrs. Irving Markus, NJ
Mr. Barry Burros Cynthia and Carlton Coolidge, CA
Mr. Sol Lewitt Wright State University, Dayton, OH
Dr. Dale Ortmeyer Itel Corporation, San Francisco, CA
Mrs. Jill Kornblee Bank of Boston International
Pearl Lang Dance Company Mr. and Mrs. Eli Krinzman, FL
Antennae Enterprises Mrs. Susan Lowenberg, Los Angeles, CA
Peter Schjeldahl & Donnie Brook Alderson Bank of America, San Francisco, CA
Gerrit & Sydie Lansing Becton Dickinson and Co., Paramus, NJ
Lorine and Stewart Pergament Arthur Young Co., Chicago, IL
Hermine and James Ingo Freed Achenbach Foundation Museum of Fine Arts
Mr. Michael Selzer San Francisco, CA
Nancy and Martin Melzer Johnson and Johnson, Philadelphia, PA
Diane and Jerome Rothenberg Reuben and Proctor, Chicago, IL
Barry La Va Marilyn and David Baum, San Francisco, CA
Mr. Hal Kanter Mrs. Lynn Plotkin, Brentwood Gallery St. Louis Mo.
Ms. Kathryn Markel Mr. Bill Fehr, Penna.
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Antar Dept. of Social Services, Denver, Colorado
Davis, Polk,and Wardwell Bristol Meyers Squibb, Princeton, NJ
Chase Manhattan Plaza Sandra and John Higgins
Eric and Deborah Staller Margaret and David Hamer
Helen and Paul Kramer Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco, California
Kathleen Cullen Gallery NYC The Drawers-Headbone Gallery, Toronto, Canada
Dorothy Weber
Carey Lovelace
Linda Schrank
Deborah Mcalister Jones
Arthur and Nancy Lutzke
Linda Donn
Craig Schortzmann

Publications, Artist Books, Performances:

2002 Howard Singerman, L.A. MOCA, Lecture on 1970's art, L.A.Ca.
2000 Letter/Bill Bollinger, Art in America, June
1996 "Bare Bones", Catalogue Essay, published by TZ Art and Co., NYC
1988 "Wall Works", Aki Busch, published by Running Heads, NYC
1982 Sonorità prospettiche: suono, ambiente, immagine = Perspective sonorities
by Franco Masotti, Italy Sala comunale d'arte contemporanea (Rimini - Music)
1984 "Technicians of the Sacred", Jerome Rothenberg
1981 "Personae Mimickings", performed at Cal Arts, Valencia, CA
1981 "Personae Mimickings", Washington Square Church, Sound Poetry Festival, NYC
1981 "Scenario Sounds", by Nina Yankowitz, published by Street Editions, NYC
1980 Avante Garde Festival, "Sound Tapes", NYC
1980 Anthology, "Text-Sound Texts", William Morrow, Inc.
1978 New Wilderness Letter, J. Rothenberg, "Notes from the Ground", Vol.1, No.5
1979 Anthology, R. Kostelanetz, "Scenario Series", Critical Assembling
1979 Voices of the Eye, by Nina Yankowitz, published by Stefanotti Gallery

Selected Reviews, Articles, and Catalogues:

2005 Chicago Sun, April
2005 Southampton Press, August
2004 Art News Magazine, Outside/In, Lily Wei, March pg. 134
2002 The East Hampton Star, "Nina Yankowitz Art Of The Moment" Robert Long
1999 The New York Times, Sun. Dec. 12
1999 Public Art Review, Fall/Winter '99 issue 21, volume II
1998 New York Times, Sept. 13, Helen Harrison
1998 Dan's Papers, Easthampton, NY, Aug. 2
1997 The Herald, Sept 19
1997 The New York Times, Oct. 31, Holland Cotter
1996 Kansas City Star, Fri. Aug. 30
1996 The Daily Progress, Charlottesville, VA
1995 Art Press, French Edition, Author Sol Ostrow
1994 New York Times, Sunday, Sept.4
1994 East Hampton Star, July 28
1994 Dan's Papers, July 22
1994 Newsday, July 15
1994 New York Times, June 24
1994 "Onset of Spring", Bristol-Meyers Squibb
1993 Baltimore Sun, Sunday Edition
1993 "Ciphers of Identity" Maurice Berger, University of Maryland Press
1992 New York Times, "Putt Modernism", p.2, Fri., Sept.11
1992 Interview Magazine, August
1989 Art in America, December
1989 On View, Summer Issue
1989 L.A. Weekly, "Pick of the Week", Peter Frank, L.A., CA
1989 Metropolitan Home, Feb.
1989 Contemporanea International, June Issue, p.31
1989 Daily News, June 29, Joan Shepard
1989 Ambiente Magazine, August, Summer
1989 New York Post, June 29
1989 Newsday, June 22
1989 Taxi Magazine, May Issue, NYC
1988 Taxi Magazine, August Issue, Italy, NYC
1988 Manhattan Catalogue, Spring/Summer, pp. 78, 79, NYC
1988 Village Voice, John Perrault, March
1988 American Craft Museum Magazine, Jenny Dixon, NYC
1988 Daily News, Sunday, March 13, M14, Joan Shepard
1987 New York Times, Sun. Nov. 8, Jersey section, Patricia Malacher
1987 Star Ledger, Thurs. Nov. 12, pp. 127-33
1987 Asbury Park Press, Nov. 22, Frances Molinaro
1987 The New York Times, Sun., Feb. 22
1986 The New York Times, Home Section, C1, Suzanne Slesin, photo top 2nd to left, Nov. 13
1984 The New York Times, Home Section, Nov. 8, Joseph Giovannini
1983 Art News, Prints, Ronnie Cohen, Sept. issue
1982 Progressive Architecture Magazine, p.211, Nory Miller Sept. issue
1981 Art Week, San Francisco, March issue
1981 Issues and Images, San Francisco, April, Mary Stofflet
1980 Village Voice, "Art Investors Guide", Carrie Rickey, Guy Trebay
1979 Arts Magazine, Dec. issue, p.4
1976 Soho Weekly News, John Perrault, Jan.22
1976 57th Street Review, Jan.
1976 Art News, P. Frank, March
1974 Art Forum Magazine, June
1973 Ms. Magazine, May
1973 New York Times, Peter Schjeldahl, April 1
1973 Village Voice, John Perrault, Jan. 25, Feb 1, March 29
1973 Vogue Magazine, February
1973 Chicago Sun, December Chicago Daily, December
1972 Avalanche - Page 13 Art -. Charmion von Wiegand, Hanna Wilke, Jackie Winsor, and Nina Yankowitz
1972 Art Forum Magazine, "ROSENQUIST AND SAMARAS, Robert Pincus Witten, pg. 63-69
1972 The New York Times, Jan. 9, Can Women Have One Man Shows? Cindy Nemser pg. D21
1972 Art Forum, Sept., Robert Pincus-Witten, pg. 80-81
1972 Art News Magazine, February
1972 Die Zeit, Hamburg Germany
1972 Der Spiegel Magazine, Germany
1972 Landscape Architectur Magazine, Anita Margrille, Spring Issue, New York City
1971 The New York Times, Feb. 3, Sets for Pearl Lang Dance Company
1971 The New York Times, James R. Mellow, Cheops Would Approve Dec.5 1971, pg. D25
1971 Arts Magazine, Dec. January
1970 Art News Magazine, January, pg.71
1970 Art Forum, March, Robert Pincus-Witten, pg.82
1970 "Hanging and Leaning", Emily Lowe Gallery publication, Robert Littman, L.I., NY, Pg..6
1970 Wall Street Journal, June, New York
1970 Art Forum Magazine, May, pg 8 Letter to the Editor
1970 "Painting and Sculpture Today, Indianapolis Museum of Art, pg. 48,Indianapolis, Indiana
1970 "Highlights Of The Season" Larry Aldrich Museum, Ridgefield, Conn. Pg. 53,54
1969 The New York Times, May 22, Sets for Pearl Lang Dance Company


Co-Chair, "Lone Rangers", College Art Association Conference, New York, New York
University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia
Art in General, New York, NewYork
Artists talk on Art Panel, Mod., Jennie Dixon, New York, New York
Maryland School of Art, Maryland, Virginia
School of Visual Arts, New York, New York
Parsons School of Design, New York, New York
Cal Arts, Valencia, California
School of the Arts Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
Viridian Gallery, New York, Panel: Audrey Flack, Will Barnett, Cindy Nemser, Patterson Simms
C.W. Post University, Long Island, New York
Fine Arts Work Center, Provincetown, Massachusetts
Antioch College, Yellow Springs, Ohio
Wright State University, Panel, Robert Irwin, Siah Armanjani, Vito Acconci, Dayton, Ohio
Northern Kentucky University, Highland Heights, Kentucky
Cleveland Art Institute, Cleveland Ohio
Oakland Community College, Michigan
Brooklyn Museum, guest Critique Program
Philadelphia College of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
College of New Rochelle, New Rochelle, New York
Cornell College, Ithaca, New York
Queens College, Queens, New York
Florida International University, Miami, Florida
School of Visual Arts, New York, New York
Richmond College, Staten Island, New York
Mount Wachusett Community College, Massachusetts
Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, New York
Mount Berry College, Mount Berry, Georgia
Radio Interview Sept. 14, WFUV '73


School Of Visual Arts, Public Art Residency Program, NYC
Barnard College, Internship mentor, New York, NY
Bard College, Internship program, New York
Brooklyn Museum of Art School, Brooklyn, NY
Wright State University, Dayton Ohio, Artist-in-Residence
University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa, Visiting Artist-in-Residence
University of Cincinnati, Artist-in-Residence
Finch College, New York Faculty
College of New Rochelle, Bronx branch, New York
Philadelphia College of Art, "Russian Constructivist and Cubist Theories" Philadelphia, Pa.
The Art Institute of Chicago, Visiting Artist Residency.
Pratt Institute, New York, Integrative Studies Program
School of Visual Arts faculty, New York (also 1975, 1976)
Rhode Island School of Design, Providence Studio Visit
Brooklyn Museum Art School, Brooklyn, New York
College of New Rochelle, New Rochelle, Instructor
University of Colorado at Boulder, Visiting Artist-in-Residence
University of Massachusetts, Amherst, full-time Faculty, Independent Studies, Graduate Department
School of Visual Arts, New York, Instructor - Drawing, Painting 2-dimensional design

Selected Bibliography:

A Minimal Future?: Art as Object 1958-1968 - Page 392 by Ann Goldstein, Diedrich Diederichsen, Museum of Contemporary Art (Los Angeles, Calif.) - Art - 2004 - 452 pages Eva Hesse, Robert Huot, John McCracken, Robert Morris, Robert Rohm, David Roth, Joel Shapiro, Keith Sonnier, Richard Van Buren, Nina Yankowitz.

The Oxford Companion to Women's Writing in the United States - Page 683 by Cathy N. Davidson, Linda Wagner-Martin, Elizabeth Ammons - Literary Criticism - 1995 - 1021 pages Terri Hanlon, Fern Friedman, and Nina Yankowitz have created texts for multiple voices.

Bibliographic Guide to Dance - Page 214 by New York Public Library Dance Collection - Dance - 1991 Scenery: Pearl Lang and Nina Yankowitz. Danced by McLaughlin, Alyssa Dodson, Roger Montoya, and Manolo Medina, with Larsen, ...

Soft as Art: Exhibition The New York Cultural Center in Association with ... - Page 1973 by New York Cultural Center, 22 pages

Heresies by Heresies Collective, inc - Women - 1977 Sewing techniques and materials as both process and content are used in a variety of ways in the abstract works of Sarah Draney, Pat Lasch, Nina Yankowitz.

The Art Gallery - Page 38 Art - 1970-79th tue-fri 10-5:30, sat 11-6 Nina Yankowitz — folded Paintings — Jan 3-22 Paperworks — graphics & drawings by John Button, Joe Goode, Robert Graham,

Bibliographic Guide to Dance 1990: Dictionary Catalog of the Dance NYPL - Performing Arts - 1991 Page 867 Scenery: Pearl Lang and Nina Yankowitz. Danced by Mclaughlin. .... Yvonne Rainer and Trisha Brown talk about their collaboration in the early 1970's. ...

Lesbian Art in America: A Contemporary History by Harmony Hammond - Art - 2000 - 208 pages page 189... Elizabeth Weatherford, Sally Webster, and Nina Yankowitz — functioned as the mother collective with a different editorial collective for each issue.

Avalanche - Page 13 Art - 1972... Charmion von Wiegand, Hanna Wilke, Jackie Winsor, and Nina Yankowitz. ...The installation consisted of a live performance with two 10 by 12' ...

ArtxpressArt - 1981 page 64 Jeanette Ingberman Nina Yankowitz: The Acoustics of Space ... installation included unique books, poetic pastels, personal "heart-nests," textured beeswax ...

Arts Magazine Art - 1985 Page 93 Frederic Spector Gordon Naylor David Hannah Kimberly Kulow Frederic Crist Daniel Lombardo Hartung-Mason Nina Yankowitz

City Art: New York's Percent for Art Program by Eleanor Heartney, Marvin Heiferman, Adam Gopnik, New York (N.Y.). Dept. of Cultural Affairs - Art - 2005 - 240 pages Page 164

32 Barry Holden / Nina Yankowitz 33 Bd. of Education 60 James Carpenter Moire Light Wall Glass and light installation NY Hall of Science.

Design & Applied Arts Index by Design Documentation - Design - 1989 Page 180 installation, at White Water Gallery, North Bay, Ontario, February 1988. McSweeney, Tony [UK. ... Nina Yankowitz and Terence Main. ...

Monumental Propaganda: A Traveling Exhibition - Page 95 by Komar, Vitaly Komar, Aleksandr Melamid, Dore Ashton, Independent Curators Incorporated - Art - 1994 - 95 pages ... 1990 Color photograph 20 x 16 inches NINA YANKOWITZ1 992 Color photograph A x5'Vi6 inches Installation

Art Index by H. W. Wilson Company - Art - 1973 Page 984 Prop-art: political propaganda posters from 10 countries. 11 Print 24:35-41+ Ja '70 YANKOWITZ, Nina ... '72 il: Installation view ...

Century City: Art and Culture in the Modern Metropolis by Iwona Blazwick, Tate Modern (Gallery) - Art - 2001 - 295 page

Sonorità prospettiche: suono, ambiente, immagine = Perspective sonorities by Franco Masotti, Italy Sala comunale d'arte contemporanea (Rimini - Music - 1982

Alberto Casado: Todo Clandestino Todo Popular by Alberto Casado,

Holly Block, Orlando Hernandez - Art - 2005 - 68 pages Page 66... John L. Moore Barbara Foshay-Miller Yasufumi Nakamori James Patterson Paul Pfeiffer Michelle Quinn Jason Stewart Michelle Stuart Nina Yankowitz ...

The Small Press Record of Books in Print: 2002-2003 - Page 1044 by Len Fulton - Reference - 1986 Max Ernst Yankowitz, Nina, Scenario Sounds Zelevansky, Paul. ...

Women in the Fine Arts: A Bibliography and Illustration Guide by Janet A. Anderson - Art - 1991 - 362 pages Page 221

Design & Applied Arts Index by Design Documentation - Design - 1989

The Technological Muse: Katonah Museum of Art, November 11, 1990-February 3, 1991 S Fillin-Yeh - 1990 - Katonah Museum

City Art: New York's Percent for Art Program E Heartney - 2005 - Merrell


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About  Nina Yankowitz

Born:  1946
Known for:  installations, permanent public art projects